Logging technology manual publication time: 2015 version Introduction The "logging technology manual" is mainly written for the use of logging personnel in the field of oil exploration and development. It has strong pertinence and practicality. The main contents include the compilation of drilling geological design, data acquisition for exploration wells (development wells), geological logging methods, comprehensive logging, geochemical logging, log data compilation, logging interpretation and evaluation, geological and related professional basic knowledge, etc. The "Logging Technology Manual" can be used as a technical manual for logging personnel, and can also be used as a reference book for the majority of staff engaged in the petroleum exploration and development industry.
Contents Chapter I Compilation of Drilling Geological Design Section I Classification of Wells Section II Compilation of Geological Design of Exploratory Wells Section III Compilation of Geological Design of Development Wells Chapter II Admission of Exploration Data Well preparation Chapter III Data acquisition for development wells Section 1 Preparation before drilling Section 2 Logging requirements Chapter 4 Geological logging Section 1 Logging during drilling Section 2 Cuttings logging Section 3 Fluorescence logging Section 4 Core Logging Section 5 Core Wall Coring Logging Section 6 Drilling Fluid Logging Section 7 Carbonate Analysis Section 8 Mud Density Determination Section 9 Directional and Horizontal Well Logging Section 10 Underbalanced Drilling Log Section 11 Oil-Based (Mixed) Drilling Fluid Logging Chapter 5 Lithological Description Section 1 Clastic Rock Section 2 Volcanic Clastic Rock Section 3 Clay Rock Section 4 Carbonate Rock Section 5 Magma Rock Section 6 Metamorphic Rocks Chapter 6 Comprehensive Logging Section 1 Comprehensive Logging Tool Section 2 Logging Parameters Alarm Setting Section 3 Engineering Anomaly Display Forecasting Section 4 Formation Pressure Monitoring While Drilling Chapter 7 Geochemical Logging Section 1 Sample collection Section 2 Rock pyrolysis logging Section 3 Thermal evaporation Logging Section 4 Light Hydrocarbon Logging Section 5 Quantitative Fluorescence Logging Section 6 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Logging Chapter 8 Completion Data Completion Section 1 Completion Oil Testing Discussion Data Reporting Requirements Section 2 Exploration Well Completion Geological Data Collection Section 3 Comprehensive (gas survey) logging and completion data arrangement Section 4 Geological (conventional) well logging and development well completion data arrangement Section 5 Ordinary development well completion geology summary report compilation Section 6 Logging data quality standard VII Section 8 Requirements for completion and submission of data for exploration and completion Section VIII Requirements for external market data Chapter 9 Interpretation and evaluation of logging data Section 1 Basics of oil and gas interpretation for section 2 Logging evaluation technology for individual logging Section 3 Comprehensive interpretation and evaluation of logging data Section 4 Excerpts Quick oil and gas reservoir identification at the well site Chapter 10 Relevant knowledge Section 1 Basic knowledge of geology Section 2 Basic knowledge of geophysical survey Section 3 Basic knowledge of drilling Section 4 Basic knowledge of logging Section 5 Basic knowledge of oil testing Section 6 Tight oil Knowledge Section 7 Coalbed Methane Knowledge Section 8 Shale Gas Knowledge Section 9 Core Digital Scanning Section 10 Introduction to Logging Frontier Knowledge Appendix Appendix 1 Brief Table of Geological Ages Schedule 2 Logging vocabulary (Chinese, English, Russian) table.
Attached Table 3 Commonly Used Drilling Fluid System and Application Attached Table 4 Commonly Used Drilling Fluid Chemical Materials Names and Codes Attached Table 5 Commonly Used Units of Measurement and Conversion of Petroleum Attached Table 6 Commonly Used Drilling Tool Parameter Tables Occurrence diagrams Figure three layers, structure diagrams Figure four common minerals Figure five common minerals and rock pictures